Legal Question in Workers Comp in Minnesota

what can I do if the amount of benefits won't pay all my bills and I could look at losing everything?

Asked on 3/27/10, 11:08 pm

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J. Chris Carpenter Chesley Kroon Chambers and Harvey
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You should check if the insurer is paying at the proper rate. The insurer should average your income from all sources for the 6 months prior to your injury and come up with an average weekly wage. Then they pay 2/3 of that.

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Answered on 4/02/10, 7:44 am

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